Nov 2 – 5, 2020
Europe/Amsterdam timezone


Achieving a Photon and Neutron community federated cloud in EOSC

Nov 2, 2020, 1:15 PM



Achieving a Photon and Neutron community federated cloud in EOSC

  • Sophie Servan Servan (DESY)
  • Patrick Fuhrmann (DESY)


Using Photon and Neutron sources to investigate samples of matter at molecular or atomic level applies to very diverse science disciplines, ranging from chemistry and life science to palaeontology and art history. The scientific communities represented by PaNOSC for European Research Infrastructures (RIs) and ExPaNDS for national RIs is extremely wide ranging, as they embrace over 40,000 researchers, however due to the breadth of subjects it is extremely diverse in the data produced.

One of the shared high-level objectives of our projects is to give the means to scientists to make the most of this wealth of data, created every year by the PaN community and we identified the EOSC to be the perfect tool for achieving this goal.

During this session we will present our contributions to:

Enabling our facilities to produce FAIR data
Federating our data catalogues on the 'PaN portal'
Enabling the transfer of large quantities of data
Sharing knowledge with the open PaN e-learning platform
Remote access to PaN facilities instruments and services

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